Cadmium is a risk when insects are used in feed
AllAboutFeed, Friday 20 February 2015

Bioaccumulation of metals, mainly Cadmium, is one of the main risks when insects are used for animal feed. Mycotoxins in the larvae tested don't seem to be a direct problem.

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